Grateful Dead Live at Hollywood Bowl on 1974-07-21
s1t01 - The Promised Land
s1t02 - Tennessee Jed
s1t03 - Me And My Uncle
s1t04 - Sugaree
s1t05 - Jack Straw
s1t06 - Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodleloo >
s1t07 - It Must Have Been The Roses
s1t08 - El Paso
s1t09 - Scarlet Begonias
s1t10 - Around And Around
s2t01 - Seastones
s3t01 - China Cat Sunflower >
s3t02 - I Know You Rider
s3t03 - Big River
s3t04 - Row Jimmy
s3t05 - Playing In The Band >
s3t06 - Wharf Rat >
s3t07 - Truckin' >
s3t08 - Nobody's Fault But Mine Jam >
s3t09 - Playing In The Band Jam > Playing In The Band Reprise
s3t10 - Ship Of Fools
s3t11 - Sugar Magnolia
sEt01 - U.S. Blues
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Hollywood BowlLocation Hollywood, CASource FOB Cassette (MAC) Analog Copy Instances: Reel 1 (R1) Medium Stock Brands: MAC = Sony C90 [CrO2], R1 = Maxell UD 35-90 2 x Sony ECM-22P => Sony TC-152SD >> MAC >> Sony TC-D5M => TEAC AN-300 [Dolby Encode] => Technics RS-1506US [3.75 IPS] >> R1 AnalogLineage R1 >> Technics RS-1506 => TEAC AN-300 [Dolby Decode] => Grace Design Lunatec V3 [Pre-Only] => Korg MR-1000 >> DSF [1-bit 5.6448 MHz Stereo] >> Korg MR-1000 => Korg AudioGate >> WAV [24/96]Taped by Rob BertrandoTransferred by Adam Egert
July 21, 2010
I was in my first year at SDSU and caught this show. Man I miss the '70s or is it my youth. There is no doubt this was the time to be a Deadhead. Nice venue, great sound. Thanks so much for posting concerts like this. The band was so on fire!
June 6, 2009
Great 2 set!
Another great recording from Rob Bertrando. Thanks alot to all the people who make all these great auds available.
May 30, 2009
Always a decent bet on a 74 recording: check out the sweet space-out at 7:00 minutes or thereabouts.
The lesson here is that the soundboard recordings from this period do capture the "live" sounds nearly perfectly. Wish all audience tapes were this nice (but the clapping and chatter is just as annoying on the tape as it is during a show -- at least we aren't treated here to the infamous play-by-plays of audience members a la 12-5-69 "I'm now tying my shoe").
May 30, 2009
I was there (uh, I think ;)
saw the back of my head in a pict.... and remember a concert at that time.............
March 31, 2009
Wall of Sound + Bertrando = Unbelievable !!!!!
Have you ever wondered what the WALL OF SOUND sounded like in person? This could be the defining audience recording of the largest PA system in the human history. The full WALL OF SOUND made its only tour in the last 2/3rds of 1974, and Rob Bertrando captured it perfectly. Check out the 3-D stereo, depth, and frequency range of the recording. Bertrando is the godfather of all tapers, IMHO. A superb download! This is the 24-bit, hi-rez version. It may not fit on CD's as intended, so also look at the 16-bit version.
December 19, 2007
the music never stopped...
not sure who's putting up all these AUD sources and dont notice anyone saying anything, so let me be the one to say thank you very much!!